Steam Equipment For Sale
Owner/Contact: Kevin Saville
Home Phone, 360-292-0966 or E-Mail Kevin
I wish to leave most steam activity in order to further pursue
other historical interests.
photos may be viewed at http://www.oldpelton.net/steam/
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Steam-Electric Exhibit Trailer: 4'x8', with totally enclosed clamshell top.
Great exhibit display area and protection from the sun and rain.
Built in Snohomish Valley in 1998, still in excellent condition.
Built-in contents includes 40 gallon enclosed plastic water tank, shelf, and electrical system
that includes Trace 24 VDC input, 120 vac output, 500 watt inverter, breaker panel, 2-12 volt
batteries, built-in 24 volt and 120 volt cooling fans, gfci-protected outlets, and ready
connections to line power, generator, and lamp wiring. Plumbed for in-trailer boiler or
external boiler hookup, steam manifold along shelf with six globe valves.
Antique displacement oiler included. Propane tank installed and plumbed for boiler burner.
Antique light sockets, switches, and watthour meter not included.
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Sensible Steam Consultants Steam-Electric Power Plant.
Includes 2-cylinder Mike Brown Mill Engine, 24 VDC, 70-amp alternator, electric gauges,
field winding rheostat, boiler feedwater pump and regulator.
Engine and alternator in excellent condition; feedwater pump and regulator need some work.
Displacement oiler not included.
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Boiler. Manufactured by Columbia Boiler Company, Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
Manufacturer's Number 14866, National Board Number 8214. Year built, 1944.
Shell diameter, 10 inches; length, 31 5/8 inches. Water heating surface, 6.1 square feet.
Maximum allowable working pressure, 100 pounds. Original hydrostatic test, 150 pounds.
Continuously certified by Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Boiler Division since 1998.
Fired by propane burner originally installed at base of boiler.
In good condition, some internal scale controlled by water treatment.
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Trailer, steam-electric power plant, and boiler above, offered as a package only $8,000
NOT FOR SALE: Sipp "black" mill engine and governor top. Single chime steam whistle.
Small model steam engines. Antique electrical gauges, lamps, sockets, motors, and wiring.
Air whistle, triple chime, with valve. Excellent condition (No photos) $300
1902 Milwaukee Automobile Company steam car engine.
Two-cylinder, with Stevenson reverser. Runs, slowly.
In good, restorable condition.
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Duplex feed pump. Works well on air or steam.
Pump end needs some work.
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Silver steam engine with feed pump.
Reportedly off a ship, in good, working condition.
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Green steam engine with red flywheel, in working condition.
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Yellow steam engine with red flywheel, with unconnected black boiler, in working condition.
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Green steam engine with white flywheel, homemade, in fair condition (works good on air, needs to be timed).
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Green steam engine, homemade, with Stephenson reverser, works good.
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Orange steam engine, homemade, runs well.
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Owner/Contact: Kevin Saville, 1448 Old Military RD, Tenino WA 98589-9290
Home Phone, 360-264-4373; email firstname.lastname@example.org